Proceedings: Fifth IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering: August 27-31, 2001, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada

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The proceedings from the August 2001 conference in Toronto feature the text of one keynote speech and the abstracts of three others, 28 full papers, abstracts for 14 state-of-the-practice talks, summaries of three panel sessions, abstracts of four research tool demos, and fourteen posters. Major topics include: representing and communicating requirements, requirements for product lines, organizational issues, methods and processes, scenarios and requirements negotiation, formal methods and tools, requirements and design, and requirements for critical systems. Author index only.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780769511252
  • Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 321

Table of Contents

Foreword
Call for Papers
Committees
Requirements for Evolving Systems: a Telecommunications Perspective 2
The Hidden Meta-Requirements of Security and Privacy 10
Practice-Based Design 11
Requirements Engineering and Program Synthesis: Mutually Exclusive or Synergistic? 12
Events and Constraints: A Graphical Editor for Capturing Logic Requirement of Programs 14
Virtual Environment Modeling for Requirements Validation of High Consequence Systems 23
Metaphors of Intent 31
Consistency Management of Product Line Requirements 40
Product-Line Requirements Specification (PRS): An Approach and Case Study 48
Extending the Product Family Approach to Support n-Dimensional and Hierarchical Product Lines 56
Matching ERP System Functionality to Customer Requirements 66
Software Acquisition: A Business Strategy Analysis 76
An Industrial Survey of Requirements Interdependencies in Software Product Releasing Planning 84
Evolving Beyond Requirements Creep: A Risk-Based Evolutionary Prototyping Model 94
Will It Work? 102
Requirements Engineering for Complex Collaborative Systems 110
Domain Independent Regularities in Scenarios 120
An Empirical Study of Facilitation of Computer-Mediated Distributed Requirements Negotiations 128
The Role of Policy and Stakeholder Privacy Values in Requirements Engineering 138
Integrating Organizational Requirements and Object Oriented Modeling 146
Requirements Modeling for Organization Networks: A (Dis-)Trust-Based Approach 154
XML-Based Method and Tool for Handling Variant Requirements in Domain Models 166
Model Checking Early Requirements Specifications in Tropos 174
An Algorithm for Strengthening State Invariants Generated from Requirements Specifications 182
Residual Requirements and Architectural Residues 194
Reconciling Software Requirements and Architectures: The CBSP Approach 202
Requirements-Based Dynamic Metrics In Object-Oriented Systems 212
Evolution of Safety-Critical Requirements Post-Launch 222
Deriving Safety Requirements Using Scenarios 228
Re-Engineering Fault Tolerance Requirements: A Case Study in Specifying Fault Tolerant Flight Control Systems 236
Systematic Documentation of Requirements 248
Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: A Guided Tour 249
Capturing Use Cases with DOORS 264
Early Experience with Requirements Traceability in an Industrial Environment 265
Where Are We on the "Fend of the Alligators - Drain the Swamp" Continuum? 266
A Unified Approach to Systems and Software Requirements 267
What Happens With Good Requirements Practices 268
Formalism and Informality in RE 269
Adoption of Requirements Engineering: Conditions for Success 270
Changes in the Requirements Engineering Processes for COTS-Based Systems 271
Is Backtracking so Bad? The Role of Learning in Software Development 272
Rethinking Requirements 273
Business Implications on the Requirements Process 274
Requirements Management at NASA 275
Systems Engineering at the Enterprise Level 276
Discovering Unanticipated Software Output Modes 277
Designing for the User 280
Systems or Software: What Should the 'S' in SRE Stand for? 281
Extreme RE: What IF There Is No Time for Requirements Engineering? 282
Ask Pete, Software Planning and Estimation through Project Characterization 286
An Integrated V&V Environment for Critical Systems Development 287
Risk Reduction Using DDP (Defect Detection and Prevention): Software Support and Software Applications 288
Specification Modeling and Validation Applied to Network Security Gateways 289
The Single Model Principle 292
Integrating Informal and Formal Approaches to Requirements Modeling and Analysis 294
Acquiring Software Requirements As Conceptual Graphs 296
What Happens before Requirements Engineering? 298
Scenario Patterns Based on Case Grammar Approach 300
Empowering Requirements for a Product Family 302
Requirements Archaeology: From Unstructured Information to High Quality Specifications 304
Geographic Problem Frames 306
Requirements Elicitation Using Visual and Textual Information 308
Process-Oriented Metrics for Software Architecture Adaptability 310
A Requirements Negotiation Model Based on Multi-Criteria Analysis 312
Issues of Visualized Conflict Resolution 314
Evolving System Architecture to Meet Changing Russian Goals: An Agent and Goal-Oriented Approach 316
Scenario-Based Systems Architecting 318
Author Index 320
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